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VOLUME . SUMTERVILLE SOUTH-CAROLINA J-JNE 3011847N
THE SUMTER BANNER:
PUIBS218H0 Em1,1it l W'%EShDIT MORNING, BYf
W I LI M A _3 J. FRA NC IS.
TIE, It M I:.
Tfsvo Dllars antil Filly :,ni in avaneThre
Du,ar;. nt the expirat.ion (if si lolit1s, or 'T'lhre
Dollar.s a;l Filly Cen,, t owi o the year.
risement4 inserte.i at 75 cents i e;- r-iivnre,
(i .. ,s or le,) fer thle *first n 11d hl:, !t' ([hat ritum r~ar
each Su)se.ilnt inpettion Tile iu-.nhoar o, ine r
titim. to be marked on all Advri eit! t or 1itey
wi he pulskiiel until orderod to be dli:roantinuied
ani A ch.irr::n atcordi ngy'.
Otte Dollar 1,r -;tlumr t'or i, !4ngle ei.
Qua teriv and onl alvestrnt n b
charged the sat.-w as n. ri e . rmu . . n irni
tonthly the sane %ti nwi. one.
r pIblishingi Citation ;V L., la tire-:k tharet
d.oillrs will be charged,
All Obilnary NUticea cceding .six line.:, ami
Cuniliuticatiant reamr) zinending Cantli.lates or pib.
ic ifices of p-rit or trust--or pu ling -' bitin,
will oc cuarged as ailvertisementis.
R1Acctunis for AdtierAisling wil be prented for
All letters by nail nsi I., p t P.64 to 2iure P.
pfunctail attent ii.
Ie have xtLractel the, ollow in article.,
from!1 thle Ch(tarles!0on I-u of .11hrrh
27th, ho.1ping that it mny ex ite to imquiry
and rellection upon th iimportait I-.ubjec
of which it treats. It coies fromi a re
spectable sour ce, ald meritr consieraSII n.
u-I nv< r. 'a yo *i-qu y ar. to
mv knovt-dge of pin ti :ei! is p-ii:
iy kn w e g i1 Qr IiVnited, l1 it Is
sulicient to inluice t e e that plan I
ling is nil so Lad a l i ?4es ; it :.I. oncIe
represeiittd. IF wo1! y ".' or :3 per ceit is
nade oinl the ea p'il, whY o v many bte
Come planter, I liLvC th kt u D on
the sljtI12'(, andI have Colie to the ' "
sion, tha t bealusc there is more certn -: "i
making Ca livintr at it than at any oti bu
sinests; hiat., i. is safe, ha!y an a Sure
tlode o incrvt:en theanital, and Ihi mto.t
comfortam'ie mode u living and living %. l
Ido liot preten.' in- that many w not
fail, as they will do no tonie*- it
they may be enegedin, nor is it neer:-.f.
ry to eitnerate the caul of such .titure,
which I could do. To SatLify you biat
planting is a profitable buiness, u' il
capital of, say tec'. .: ' - o dnila rs. 22 ,ij.
port him insellf awl La miy. 11 put out In
terest, it will bring himi, -av seven per en
)ut whenl lie comes to calctiulte, lie m1,
either purchnse at houst.. iurniture and ser
vants, which will lessen his .apital, or if le
rents and hire, his income of interest will
not be Cou igh, ie concldes to vest hi.;
funds in a pltaitiion, sv 500 acres,.
620 negrrees, stock, provisions, furni'Iure,
and a carri.ige and h-A o for his famak.
At t e of-the Ncar het coun C -! his
planttina e pen , as1,o, what hI hia
Imalde frcom his plaintationw, and thie tinal
moude is, to say his incomeI is he proc eeds
of his cotton, (suppose himl to be a cotonl
pIlaiitr,) say lie has lt workers, who
make 30 bags at F415 each; that the cloth,
&c., of negroes is $100; bhiktsmijth bill,
medlical and oither expenas *80; ltat Iw
will hi Avc. onl y1il! ma 270. But thit. I
deem inc.orrecw, anmd I vonhtl s ' the pro
fits to be very tditerenlt. I woul'i ..e
them to be as (ollows:
The feeding of two horses ati $60,
mor use or famzliy, 00
The use tf two o.6 t. - as
house servants, -c hit
The ue of the dwelling~ h mse .and.
30 bags C.otbon, * - i10 E00)
Provisions for fail~iy, cOrnl, ruce,
pork ant beef, .100 (J
TIhe increase of tbc negro , say 100( til
0 15 00
Deduet the shova exrpenses oCi
planttiont), - 18 0
- 705 00)
Initerets& on I 10,000, 700' 011
Gainm after paying expense a:,ti
intere't. (5 (,%
a buintess a.. it 3 i tr a in - - St,,nei w li .1'
.1 have given the planitation t~ct8em. -- . a
. it ought toh ti ha v-. I woult at~tk wh .,
shouhd nott ihe so? I do not think th
accuratly, is for a ptlaniter to kee'p :-it h
anf atccount with his 1laatitin 0- hj ii A
or metrchJant kieeps ith hr! b. js no ht sav'
I cannot keep1 an2 accouani t .atij nm.g iv
so-, but si plainler unobt~l lner tv r. so
wvill atate~ to yo wthal Iris been invpr
ting, 1 ope:'t'd an Anecoiewt withA mly painta
tion, chtaidi it with ,,!l expendtiture aiu
interest ye-arty, andt crr-dii ..! I '.it 'romi
it oir bv the use of ii, ., I 3.dlJ :to na 1
sold andI all I gave to) my ch!ibireni. I can
at the endt of etach 'en know.r~t what nlv i
planting interest stamts m! et. unid if I spi
at the manrketi price, wthe licr I shatllt rore
or gain. I amn satisfied to elI at the [ire -ji
ent prices, which are considered 1, ww. I
h;oul III lit ga ier. thm tigh ItI VCO y
Ct)CLI mfy o1pertit ivI f4)rre by divniing, with
IViv hi 1(21 11 isthle) bL lJ ii life. I ownvi too
(1o 1not uiVe- YouL tii~ to ecite Col, itro-e
:hut I lI-ctill .1111 Wnquiry, thlat o
I'iiy come42 V.I1 yucani, to(iC -.m'mcu or Oppo
ite co-lus1111,io oil :!'is very imI1w4ri4nt
('1 t rite vaise whyI soi no-in) v~-~ ~
I aini, ret'u4c1tuI) , y,? Ir:;, A. B.
hlU'OIVI ON S1~1 F11eP.
511A Or.n tuI i T tI it 'r .I
lIx 4 s lijt'i" of oiei'p 11 Il1Iilldry,.- I CaV
Itis- a niatter (4l'1 lt-Lnry thati wh
)F .Aurlieuhure, 'Pic 1)(--t var4Tit-il- ~'udt!e,
Ire 1!11111111116- imlpiirtii fuoti the til] Wold
md~ gre,.i1; sou~ght aftler I:tie vo v~) crmv
'I'S (41' Ii(,e 'oow. ll4nit-(4ii I i l. t-f -uc
t.-e rit;.evd t-,:onl Ott! :'ra:t 2*l -, 4 4 l r ii-w h
Sines violg ltrg-~ 1r.~inz to) wo'd grow.
:L -. -. --ci t l o (~ v.r title that sonic
live: Whilltn oth~b.:' ~ .:r' rtlI Lual
Frm Wdi Kw:"M:~ and .Xek nlew iomvCht
A I1ic)- ii -,o -ii ou i
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Ount POW' 1"i2lIlI hue j 'U" !a. I OC(%'o
rye !o '- ti;a t,# (. 1112 rI::.t l'
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M' iLn 111 ' . 4 2 A n d 'LIe IL. ..v lectI f4t
rild LC((1 t.)e nicu hot'ri Pl I weii' We
4)1, h, Inuen 11rc , htin o1 ,r- I,;
F m t hr.- '.'arii~u.I
('09C RS TE FO)0N 8 EI &N A I t0 F ' N!N rD
ON A LADY'iS'0qOA1~.-.
0'! 'V;icroir, vlty iC-.lpt Sin tn;i-.
NrIn tiir heml,, 1-w, It~li lqo wa~rm.
rJl..- It lti'nn lps~ fire toi', ':.4 tril,.
Ti i h nsc-t ;tit~ 'f 111111if ;% 3.ix l .
rn -: ne lo *ne T'ilmn her brewc,'1
(1c). ~ ~ ~ ( 111d il --relio
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I " i I~ r '_ Iy vIll 1 ouda r znii
Ai oil Uicto m., C I eL ar mi B ut,')(Ll
e n fa r 'mnLpehi.
1'i ogi'qpri~ ngio tibe ii'uir
'ezl cm Iw r:3 cirn hir, sfasmi~
m ike lwm -itai uctind lu ; nr (
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Ic niiv b''~nmnc l !ihra~lc i do.' t h~il
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1, -ir H lul p;,;1 v l w w . l c l
mt n I n d ~ '~ i . hr ] S ItI F , .I..i
v\hh at:ct I lk. eyesW fls iiq rp
lmhave. . ( 2" 011i Li hr
'Ii C lld % b o r[ J m.,- r c , th .e d uI? sh i t
Vi( himil d.em~ru m 1*.. Wiiiie' ?,.I(OVCall.
t. , r , ai in t ilr'Ne Cii.i i .' ll-~
!ra- i h% 1! ie ': ~", -rn 1, t irti c cl.
iii.t'. ur o v t~ . fttd g 6 ?0l i fi : .(; jol
fs'~ r ,i, !hp l'. byt ~ .1i ( u ~ ii
on l~~vcoi d'ielig i"tc ir it
hundred year!! Nay, more important sub.
iets or inw have been examined a nd, pas.
,ed 11poni ly this hench, in a series of
twenty yeare, than in all Europe for a cen
tury pIsj. And I cannot forlenr to add,
that one in the midst of you has favoured
the world with a treatiie on public faw, fit
to stand by the side of Grotius, tor be the
chamii'on of the Institutes-a work that is
now regrded by tIh judicature of the world,
as the: great bIok of the age, Str' Is Con
tlIct or Lfws."
AnI iitiniusintIg incident is pleasantly re
rediFlcl it, tile llowing passage from a let
ter of a writer "down enst:'
a;h Panza says. liessed is the man
- :t intl ied slect.' I do not suvy.
T.u.siC is the mani who first invent'd
st;aps (in panttiatoins;' but I do say, 'Bles
sed is the man that first abolished -their
use.' lit how many awkward predica
ments hvie they not been the catise of Mla
cing us! Ilow 'much more free! how much
more comifor table! how mich more natural,
', dispense wit te u llinig, rice-irrita
Zhng monstrosities! Is it not enough thi-i t
we lve usiipedriers.' or 'gallowses,' is our
juvenile iomitcltuire used to hanve it -
and a very suitable name it was, v the
way--to bul us down to earth with the
j're;sre o the night-more, bitt we must
also have the uipward! pressure of the foot
rtps, both drawing us togetier wIth! .
power if a twenty-horse hydraulic press!
I ree!r ! For ouc, I have dispensvd with
bothi sLraps amil susspeAcd rs; and I o-!! .
yon', Mr. Kaircrbocker, as a man of plain
-. snse, dircretion mid age, to do
hhctise. utt :il thiis is not ftrthering
th iiei ! f my writin to you 'on the pre.
.' I wish to teil you of an
t i t that 1' ctired to me somie time
. !! n ni from ii aLifax to H1wg.
ton i br the jiacet ri -.A in
1 J S :j 1 0" o th! ose uihappy straps!
Une ;if' my Mr:-passengers was a fat ol
who s'aiffered rery much from sea,
day the .)bl wolinl Woul put thie good na
fui e of thc stewir'd, i.whlo was a joly Irii
iani, to the test, v wishing to be algged
upon deck, thien below unain: iniotehirl'
that thev uscd to cull ter - Mrs.Tee-to-ium."
Sometilr'es shc lon gel to rec n the
deck; but theins ii ws cold, and .he iad Io.
thin to wrap he rseif 4qp widi. I made
liayself a gr !'t f-asvorite with tzi hi screid
ing out my bifi1a6-i ,,t Oh 1 an1 'ici bag he, r
bemen to seni, and are ar.tia inted with the
exceedingly enafy tolle - L . jentlemen
aad ladies ta: :-,1 aninalat. on shioi,.
6!Sr !. l' wing the gie'erial practice, I
u"a l ,t o i od' my 'e or-shaies.'
hung 1h.,-! to. the I.cilig tit the .~r
rom, oppusite the door, vwith mly hoo-c.
da,'idir, in them. The old lady's hein
wase homed.1 iattely opposIte "o ruine;1 an1d o! L.
mingi she woke much earlier than 'u:uaJ,
baving been prevented rrom sleepiig b)
certaiin .eriouis qualmts.' Th e d oor ) f bot iA
tiii ..tite-rooms happened to be widle o er I
inl M rv. Tee to-Ium, casting her eye;
over toward mine. saw a sight which would
have made 'each par'icular hair to stii-i. on
(nd,' ir she had any of her own. Shie
shatieked out at the top of her voice; 01.
l.ord 0.: Lord ! Captain! Steward ! Mate!
(b h! crl : Mr. W-has huing Limself!
lic's dead! ! e's denall' (out rushed ite
passtigers froc, every berth, an down
itibled the who'i ship's crewv; :mud snch
an(itier p il 'fhinughter the biad A thntie
lietrI Ie re ('c oI.d. Atid all th;-i wits
e i h-d by1 .m boots itngling in ho;'I p-m
.1l. i ' v rt .'e r t . - Lady A~ll dre
'.I:; h::ne i 1 a ~ ' I Al ((h, rn
ta tind on .ebai't Ise i,m'- were t i pper.
i." dr' ' Ied 4 ~ t'Co'linry , ha
'n e -,any ah~ frt n - ( c'in asaCa:
Ge. :01e Denu t to 'e ra t' ih nt ier
a ''h; and, whtn h' - .ed 'ihe dei ret
uAi he =e-a w r a 'Is al to lt unuit
n th op r t n, ~unes.'h ini it per-lg
- .C U a~ltti j thet eran
n - e n d '. but fte r
caii. i' er h~ thai.ctl :ahe mihtljege
ticne of t.a ar~ sjir rt ing thai-ei opera.
-nguon'u ai~':n nt::h i i-te ap
U~a -it&t o t. psi r a st''ion oftI
cohn pdt hicen "Ithiut the hai ,. a inohlt
cono the heicr ttise on hi l,: wndefit
tering, nd fear ut ol 1'nch a fNeling atl so
perilous' a Morent, leaned in front and
stmrnly shouted, 91orwardP'
'i' CapISaIn!-Ihn11, hist! Keep shiady.
a morent," says he, -har's a feller peep
in' over the- bamo k at us:jest let me try my
old. shootin' fixim.' on hiinJV
"Forward! I say, sir," liouted the ofli
",Well, bt jL to try te- thing, Captain,
for it aint it rgih t down artil piece yet,"
Enid he; and lere l'itig upon -.the . peeping
Mexican, he -lopped hin, "Good a
wheA'!" he ex.chi id; ',the nld-)Unitedd
Stalis fixin' talkss is had ah real tatral
animosity.0gin them fellera!"
During the tight a party of one compa
ny were,-from their position watching for
ebamn'e shots at-those -WhO sbwed the'm
Selves insile of tleeutienchments; and
the Mcxicatns appearirng to have little idea
of the marksmaniship of the men opposed
to ttem, woulld expose their persons as
they hred their pieces those who did se,
were almost certamin to fall by the fire of the
Mlissouri sharp shooters; and so little did
the latter consider themselves in danger
f -rom the returni tire, that they kept tip a
fire of laut hter. also, at the success of their
shot!. After s( veral of the enemy had
thus fallen, the mt hers would place' their
gui on thle entr'.-nchmeit and fire at ran
dom, w lit no part of their person exposed.
This nubketrv from the enemy was almonit
S ..,a he company was order
ed to charge upon the entrenchnicmt.A, rine
of the privates was laughing so heartili
that the tears were rolling down ida kchek-..
A comrade inquired
"What ais %-oul.Sam!"
Whv, I'm tickled with such fightin' a5
this,''syi% he; "I'll ewaur of it int as goodl
as a1ny turkey shootin' I've everseed!''
A n exchlan'- lol l. : ,, wa:
atan; 'aixioums mmtecting,' gave his 'experi
ence,' and sitated that he was a great sin
ner, totally depraved, and merited eternal
misery for his wicked acts. A neighbor
got up and said he had no doubt it was alt
true- for he had known him for twenty-fi%-o
years. The minister and dhe people smil
ed, and tie i ndriodhlal referred to, got up
a c aled his neighbor (who cunfirmed !is
depravity) a liar and a rascal, and threat
ened to lick him when they got out of
SmA. IIOUSTON's rLVING '.rt.LFRV.
T4-) follovio2-41ceount n-f Ot Texas''-Fly
Jaci, u:thich n e ett am .: sie'e
iom nal the 1'annla Lynx, we have often
hearnl but nev er bfore saw in print. 'Pre
pare t . :-adiate,' asa Professor of Laugh.
ing weal say:
mlonston's 1lying artillery itd ai
Ohe b)m"r of San Jacinic, was one four
pounder, lashuai with a pie.e of raw hide to
the back of a Jackass, When the piece
we di.1eharged, it would throw him for-.
ward on his knees with such- force as tV
detain him in that positi , until the piece
was rclonded. and as he rose and- brr;ght
it %. ithin rangre of the Mexicans, the matck
wn-as applied, nld away Went the animal on
his face andl knees, and away wentLthunde
an d !!am ta :1111 d eath dealing ball iiand away
%-.:at the Mexicans helter skeltcr.
A Bog ad-p/d by a Wolf.-An officcr
-f ram k in !he Indinn army writes from Fe
riiapor, that a male child, about seven'
years of age, has recently been discovered
by some police in the den of a wolf. He
r n r-.a peak, e its only raw flesh. The
hi; a cluaied by~ parties who s-ay they loer
hmfuyears ago, wthen he wvas thmreo
years m;chad it is stupposed lie has led a
wt's~i life ever since, Th'le magistrates
still retained possession of this strange
tandltin g, whle n the letter de taili ng the'se
.gyrsten Hencefo~rth we max'
beiee in t - lege.:AInnbifhts and Re'
- u'.-J, L'erJool~ Albion.
u'he lures t tree ini the u-orbml is in A frica:
-era! nea'ro tamni lies re idedi .inside the
'Thet coirre in Suath A,nerica produces
milk I-arom whli chI the peocple obtain regular
T1hz . penthus of India, tfornishes wva.
:-r in its U-avecs, w-hich not~ only have pock-:
as but cove'rst to themi.
A Ynkmlue downt east has invented ara
cinem tha t will reap, thraM-'.. wino and
' md. A nother Yankee i Vetor, deter
mat: d notM to be outdhone, h as inventedl a
mtie mthat will spin cottor', scrapO po
ta o.s, rockh the cradle, dar' n sockings.
pair m'ai4i, w hi le shingles, w hale Yankee -
I )ood le, andm pullI i tsefC ini the niewsj2u~pers,
tiMon,- --It is reported, says the Bir'
Star, inha it edit ors are the putmp handles of I
charity -"a' lwaysa helping othier folks t( .
wviter, but never zupposed 10o be thi'sty
"I'ddyu,, my jew el, why don't yett hiavg-I
yotr C-mrs eriope.!.' they' a antirCtay too'
~.mrge for a umn.'' 'Amnd yours," replied
P'at, "they are too short. for ain ass!'
Whewn counaeious of right, be trttd to your
purvpose, r(eg'rlecss ot the sneers of ene
mis*r the atdvice of fainit-hearted friends..